divulgence :

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  • n  the act of disclosing something that was secret or private

  • John Martin, who for 26 years oversaw the Justice Department's counterintelligence division, says he's less worried about the possible divulgence of classified information than he .
  • Since he has always insisted that its divulgence will bring totalitarian reprisals on his family, it has never been divulged.
  • The divulgence is widely seen as a criticism of Jiang for ordering such an extravagant machine.

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